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Ideal Hot Potato Electronic Musical Passing Kids Party Game
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- Wild, frantic, laugh out loud, electronic musical tater-tossing good time that can be played by the whole family
- Begin the music and pass the potato, but don't get caught holding the spud when the music stops
- Designed for 2-6-players
- Includes an electronic plush potato stuffed with foam, 13 potato chip cards, 3 AG13/LR44 batteries and instruction
- Recommended for children 4 years of age and older
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Ideal has been setting the standard for toys and games for over 100 years. From strategy board games, to classic building toys, there is something to challenge everyone. Loved by children and trusted by parents Ideal products are a fun way to develop problem-solving, social, and logical skills with a product line that caters to all ages and interests and encompasses a wide variety of games, magic sets and snow toys, many of which parents and grandparents remember from their own childhood years. Ideal is a member of the ALEX Brands Family.
Electronic Hot Potato
Recommended For Children 4 Years Of Age And Older.
Designed for 2-6 players, this musical game can be played by the whole family. Just squeeze the Hot Potato to start the music and let the fun begin. Pass the spud to the player next to you or even across the room. Toss the tater back and forth, up high, down low, around and around, but don't get caught holding the spud when the music stops! If you do, you have to take a potato chip card. Get 3 chip cards and you're out. The last player remaining without 3 chip cards is the winner!
- Electronic Plush Potato
- 13 Potato Chip Cards
- 2 AA Batteries
Ideal Hot Potato Musical Potato-Passing Game is a wild, frantic, laugh out loud, electronic tater-tossing good time! Designed for 2-6 players, this musical game can be played by the whole family. Just squeeze the Hot Potato to start the music and let the fun begin. Pass the spud to the player next to you or even across the room. Toss the tater back and forth, up high, down low, around and around, but don't get caught holding the spud when the music stops! If you do, you have to take a potato chip card. Get 3 chip cards and you're out. The last player remaining without 3 chip cards is the winner! Includes an electronic plush potato stuffed with foam, 13 potato chip cards, 3 AG13/LR44 batteries and instructions.
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I thought he was adorable and the price was right. I know my 6-year-old son will love him regardless, but sheesh!
Update 7/28/18 - we finally figured out how to get the music to work. Took a while and a lot of squeezes, but he really does work.
The potato is a good size allowing for easy grasp for hands of all sizes. It is also soft and well padded, which comes in handy for those crazy throws; this means the electronics are protected and it shields users from the harder parts should they get hit with it. This is especially helpful when playing with kids of younger ages.
The premise of the game is simple and the recording makes it clear at what stage of the round you are in. As opposed to "musical chairs," in this game, when you are "out" you actually get a potato chip. Once you collect 3 chips, you are out. Although this prolongs the game, it is slightly confusing for younger players, who might interpret getting something (chips) are them earning points or winning. But the game doesn't hinge on this rule, so it can be ignored as needed.
The chips provided are made of card stock, but still easily damaged or lost. Because the game is not necessarily intended to be played around a table, players may have a hard time keeping ahold of their chips, which may contribute to damage/loss. Players may need a solution (such as chip keeper or chip table). Since there is no "game box" for this one, the chips can be stored in the velcro closure pocket that houses the on/off switch for the game, when the game is not in use.